National Art Honor Society

Patricia A. Hannaford Career Center Chapter

Advisor: Lisa Rader

What is NAHS?
NAHS is a group of students who are passionate about the arts! The organization provides you with the support you need to pursue an area of interest in the arts, whether it be performance, visual arts, or something with a research focus. It is an opportunity for you to get a better understanding of what it means to be an artist, develop camaraderie and be a part of the larger arts community.

Who is eligible?
Students enrolled in a Hannaford Career Center Arts & Humanities Academy program (A.R.T. Performance, A.R.T. Tech, Visual Communications or Design & Illustration) may be eligible to become a member of the National Art Honor Society.

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Students must:

  • fill out a questionnaire and return it to his/her Career Center instructor
  • be nominated by his/her instructor
  • maintain a level of proficiency or have a B average or better in the arts
  • demonstrate strong Habits of Work in their Career Center program
  • actively participate in NAHS meetings & events
  • complete a capstone project and presentation (students work with a mentor & expert in the specific field/medium of choice)
  • document the capstone project in his/her portfolio

Components of the Capstone Project

Benefits
Scholarship Opportunities for NAHS members
College Search Information

Questionnaire: Complete this FIRST — DUE: Thurs., Oct. 4th

Capstone Checklist & Due Dates

Capstone Project Plan Worksheet DUE: TBA

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